Les Cowboys Exchanges Indians for Islam

An update on The Searchers takes John Ford to France. Read more

AFI DOCS Highlight Life, Death and Industries Struggling to Survive

AFI’s documentary film festival gets stronger each year. Read more

The Neon Demon Doesn’t Know When to Quit

Style struggles to triumph over substance. Does it succeed? Read more

A Peculiar Book

Review of A Peculiar Glory by John Piper John Piper’s A Peculiar Glory: How the Christian Scriptures Reveal their Complete Truthfulness is unlike any other book I’ve read on the subject of whether or not the Bible is reliable and accurate. More traditional approaches like those of F.F. Bruce, Josh McDowell, or Richard Bauckham argue that Scriptures are historically correct because they stand all the tests for accuracy that honest historians can throw at them. The problem in this approach… Read more

Sunset Song Sure Is Something to See

Gloriously old-fashioned and visually stunning. Read more

The Meddler: Interview with Lorene Scafaria

An ode to loving mothers and how to cope with grief Read more

Last Days in the Desert offers portrait of Jesus the man

Getting down and dirty with the hypostatic union Read more

Jazz Biopic Battle Goes to Baker

Miles Davis may have been a more skilled trumpeter than Chet Baker, but the West Coast legend is the focus of the superior biopic. Read more

Miles Ahead paints a complex but uninspiring portrait

There’s a fine line between swagger and conceit Read more

With ‘Knight of Cups,’ Have We Already Seen the Best Film of 2016?

Terrence Malick’s style may have reached its apex with this story of spiritual struggle. Read more